AMA National Advocacy Conference

It was an honor to meet Dr. Snyderman at the American Medical Association's National Advocacy Conference.

This was taken up in Washington DC on Tuesday evening, March 2, 2010, at the AMA National Advocacy Conference.

Going from left to right:

Kelli Sultan; Shahid Sultan, M.D., President-Elect, Lee County Medical Society; Nancy Synderman, M.D., Chief Medical Editor, NBC News; Craig R. Sweet, M.D., President, Lee County Medical Society; and Vicki E. Sweet, R.N.

Dr. Sweet scores a new high of 98 percent on his recertification test!

As part of Dr. Sweet’s ongoing medical education, the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology requires annual recertification for members in the areas of Obstetrics & Gynecology as well as Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. This segment of the recertification involves the reviewing of articles and then testing. While Dr. Sweet has always been able to score 90 percent and above, the recent score of 98 percent was a surprise to him. “Either the tests are getting easier or I am finally getting a bit smarter. My guess is that it was the test,” quipped Dr. Sweet. “Now the pressure is really on. What am I going to do for the next year? If I score below 98 percent, will my patients think I am losing my touch?”

We're all very proud of Dr. Sweet his years of consistent high test scores. What a “sweet” achievement.